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ENGINE REMOVAL /REPLACEMENT

How To: Remove engine

How To: Mark VIII engine swap



ENGINE MODIFICATION /REPAIR

Forced Induction (FAQs) & Turbo/Supercharger Basics Pt.1

How To: Understand nitrous and effects of installation

How To: Understand supercharger and effects of installation

FI (FAQs) Pt.2

FI (FAQs) Pt.3

FI (FAQs) Pt.4

How To: Build affordable super-charger

How To: Understand beyond bolt-on upgrades

How To: Degree cams

How To: Assemble bare PI heads

How To: Install V-1 T-trim with FMIC

How To: Enable full-throttle cable adjustment

How To: Clean the AIC

How To: Install Airaid intake

How To: Exhaust system upgrade



TRANSMISSION REMOVAL / REPAIR

How To: Replace your clutch

How To: Tailshaft lubrication mod

How To: T-3650~T-56 transmission swap

How To: Auto to manual transmission swap



REAR END REMOVAL / REPAIR

How To: Compare 3:27 vs. 3:73 vs. 4:10 rear-end gears

How To; Installation new rear end gears

How To: Understand fuel use with new gears

How To: IRS to SRA swap

How To: Fuel pump wiring upgrade

How To: Fuel tank filler gasket replacement



SUSPENSION

How To: Official Suspension Guide

How To: Replace struts

How To: Install Coil-overs

How To: Cut Your Stock Springs

How To: Reinforce Front Strut Towers

http://www.moddedmustangs.com/forums/99-04/155074-how-install-torque-box-reinforcements.html

How To: Choose a new tire



EXTERIOR / STYLING

How To: Seafoam

How To: Install hood-pins '99~'04

How To: Install cling-style tail light tint



INTERIOR / STYLING

http://www.moddedmustangs.com/forums/99-04/168046-how-install-raptor-shiftlight.html

How To: Repair lumbar support

How To: Install keyless ignition start button

How To: Paint interior trim pieces



MISC. STUFF

Test function on trip reset button

How To: 1/4 mile drag race tips
 

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4.6 modular spark plug list

MOTORCRAFT

PART# / HEAT RANGE
AWSF-32C / stock heat range - copper plug
AWSF-22C / 1 Heat range colder - copper plug
AWSFA-12C / 2 Heat ranges cooler - copper plug
AGSF-32C/ Recommended for FRPP heads(not sure on heat range)

NGK

PART# / HEAT RANGE
TR-55/ 3951/ Stock Heat Range
TR-6/ 4177/ 1 Step Colder
BP7EFS (PN - 3526) BR7EF (PN - 3346) two steps
R5724-8 (PN - 7317) two and a half steps
R5724-9 (PN - 7891) three steps
R5724-10 (PN - 7993) four steps

AUTOLITE

PART# / HEAT RANGE
764s / Stock
103s / 1 heat range cooler
AR94 / 2 heat ranges cooler
AR93 / 3 heat ranges cooler
AR92 / 4 heat ranges cooler

CHAMPION

PART# / HEAT RANGE
304's / 1 stage colder
344's / 2 stages colder
YS-59C / -3 or -4 below stock heat range

DENSO IRIDIUM

PART# / HEAT RANGE
IT16 / stock heat
IT20 / -1 heat range
IT22 / -2 heat ranges
IT24 / -3 heat ranges
 

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a previous post:

Alright we have been getting alot of questions about what to put on your car when its stock or just about stock. So here is a list of things to get that you will benifit the most from without hurting your motor.

1. Cat-back exhaust, you can't have a mustang without good sound to it
(MAC, Magnaflow, Borla, SLP, Bassani, Flowmaster)
2. Mid-pipe either h-pipe or x-pipe. If you are worried about inspection or emmissions get a catted h-pipe or x-pipe. ( MAC, BBK, Bassani but wouldn't reccommend it since it sounds like a loose convertor sometimes.
3. GEARS, definately a must if you can afford it cause the labor at most shops is 300 to install. 4.10 gears are the norm and there is not a difference between gas milage of 4.10 and 3.73 so get 4.10 if you want the most out of your car.
4. Shifter, cause 3rd gear is a pain in the butt. (pro-5.0 or steeda tri-ax)
5. Upper plenum (Accufab, C&L, Dragon, Trick Flow)
6. Throttle bodie, wouldn't go with a 75mm unless you have heads and cams cause it can actually hurt you. (Accufab, MAC, FRPP, Dragon, Trick Flow)
7. Tuner or chip, with the gears and all the modifications you can squeeze some extra power out with a tune, preferably on a dyno. (SCT, Diablo)
8. Underdrive pulleys, reduces drag on the accesories. (STEEDA, MAC)
9. If you need a clutch (Centerforce dual friction, closest to stock feeling, SPEC)
10. Springs, to lower that 4x4 ride height (Eibach, Steeda)
11. Longtube headers, a good improvement on exhaust flow over the stock but some might have problems with inspections (MAC, BBK, Hooker)
12. CAI, just get a little breath of colder air, only expect between 3-7 hp from these (JLT CAI or RAI highly recommended, Densecharger, Mac, BBK but don't recommend getting a chrome CAI cause it actually gets hotter air, and of course K&N)

Well thats all i can think of right now, with these modifications you will be started on the fast track to having a pretty fast car with a mean sound. And should be running in the 13's to high 12's depending on driving skills.
 

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romeo and windsor difference's:

how to tell a difference externally:

run the vin
99 and 00 models were mostly windsors, and went into 01 as well
valve cover bolts are different, romeo's have 11 and windsors have 13/14
driver's side valve cover sticker will say windsor on windsor motor (not sure on romeo's)

differences between the 2:

windsor motors have press on cam gear, romeo cam gears were bolt on
windsor motors in gt's were 8 bolt crank
main caps are different
windsors have cam caps, romeo's have cam girdles
 

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Trans Model First Second Third Fourth
4R44E-------2.47 1.47 1.00 0.75
4R55E-------2.47 1.47 1.00 0.75
4R70E-------2.84 1.55 1.00 0.70
4R75E-------2.84 1.55 1.00 0.70
4R70W------2.84 1.55 1.00 0.70
4R75W------2.84 1.55 1.00 0.70
4R100-------2.71 1.54 1.00 0.71
AODE -------2.84 1.55 1.00 0.70
AODEW------2.84 1.55 1.00 0.70
AXOD-E-----2.77 1.54 1.00 0.69
AOD--------2.40 1.47 1.00 0.67
AOD-E------2.40 1.47 1.00 0.67
A4LDE------2.47 1.47 1.00 0.75
A4LD-------2.47 1.47 1.00 0.75
E4OD-------2.71 1.54 1.00 0.71


T45:
1st: 3.37
2nd: 1.99
3rd: 1.33
4th: 1.00
5th: 0.67


tr3650
1st: 3.38
2nd: 2.00
3rd: 1.32
4th: 1.00
5th: 0.62 (used on 01-04 with 3.27:1 final drive)
 

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installing lowering springs:

raise car in the air. support the car off the frame, not anywhere off the suspension

take off wheels

front:

take off brake caliper, abs sensor, sway bar

put jack under a-arm, jack till cars weight is on a arm

take 2 nuts 1 bolt off the top of strut

lower a-arm till strut comes out of wheel well and spindle is able to be moved out

pry down on a-arm and remove old spring

install isolator and new spring

reverse proceedures

rears:

its easier to do one side at a time

put jack under lower control arm mount on axle side and jack till axle is supported

loosen control arm bolts from axle side and pull bolt

lower slowly

pull old spring

install isolator on new spring and reinstall spring

revers procedure


this is the steps if i can remember right, i am at work right now, i will look over the mach once i get home to make sure i got it all.
 

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